owns 55,6% of Neoen’s shares
Impala group, founded and owned by Jacques Veyrat, has more than 400 million euros in shareholders’ equity and is present in more than 30 countries. Impala chooses projects with high international development potential in four major sectors: energy, industry, brands and finance. The companies of the Impala group invest more than 300 million euros per year, and employ around 6,000 people. Impala believes that a company draws its strength from the consistency of a project, led by a skilled management team fully supported by a flexible majority shareholder. Impala is not constrained by time and does not aim at selling its investments.
The Capénergie funds 2 and 3
managed by Omnes Capital own 23,4% of Neoen’s shares
Omnes Capital is a major player in the field of private equity and infrastructure investment. With 2.1 billion euros under its management, Omnes Capital brings to companies the equity needed for their development through its expertise in the following fields: Equity Development and Transfer, Venture Capital, Renewable energies, Co-investment and Funds of Funds. In the renewable energy sector, Omnes Capital is a pioneer, having launched its first fund Capénergie in 2006. Since then, the company has made more than 30 investments in the wind, solar, hydroelectric and biomass sectors in France and in Europe for an equivalent of 1,500 MW of production capacity.
Bpifrance, through its ETI 2020 fund,
owns 14,1% of Neoen’s shares
In line with national and regional public policies, the role of Bpifrance is to accompany the set-up and growth of small and medium-sized companies, helping them achieve their full potential. With 18 billion euros dedicated to companies, Bpifrance is a powerful and efficient stakeholder to meet the needs of companies at each stage of their development. Bpifrance is involved in the renewable energy sector with almost € 850 million raised to finance the energy transition.
6% of the capital of Neoen is held by individuals or self-owned by the company